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Georgia is a former Soviet republic and home to Caucasus Mountain villages and Black Sea beaches. The country lies at the intersection of Europe and Asia, which makes it a perfect location for investment and business expansion.
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Top Tech Cities in Georgia
Capital City of Georgia
Population: 1,1 million
Companies outsourcing from tbilisi: Evolution, EY, TBC Bank
Top industries for Native Team building: Accounting, Banking, Web Development
Popular destinations: Old Town, cable car, Narikala Fortress
Famous for: Rezo Gabriadze Marionette Theater, Kura River
THE SECOND BIGGEST CITY IN GEORGIA
Companies outsourcing from batumi: Batumi International INC
Top industries for Native Team building: Web Development, Design
Popular destinations: Batumi Botanical Gardens, Batumi Boulevard
Famous for: Gonio Fortress, Dancing Fountains, Miracle Park
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There are two types of employment contracts in Georgia: fixed-term and open-ended.
Generally, work time (which does not include breaks or rest time) may not exceed 40 hours per week. Exceptions are in place for enterprises with specific operating conditions requiring more than eight hours of uninterrupted production/work, in which work time must not exceed 48 hours per week.
An employee has the right to at least 24 working days of paid leave per year and 15 days of unpaid leave per year.
Mothers-to-be have the right to maternity (for the pregnancy and post-natal period) and childcare leave of absence of 730 calendar days, out of which 183 calendar days are compensated. Under exceptional circumstances (namely in the event of pregnancy complications or multiple births) 200 calendar days must be compensated.
Employees in Georgia are allowed up to 15 additional days of unpaid leave to cover any unexpected illnesses or emergencies.